Crimean "Ombudsman" was dismissed. Lyubina herself gave notice of resignation. She will apply for pension
Crimean “parliament” dismissed the so-called “human rights ombudsman” Lyudmila Lyubina.
The corresponding decision on the early termination of powers was approved at an extraordinary session of the Crimea “state council”, reports TASS.
The decision explanatory note states that the document was prepared on the basis of Lyubina’s personal written resignation notice.
The Speaker of the Crimean Parliament Vladimir Konstantinov has explained what the reason for Lubina’s resignation was.
She wrote a notice of resignation and will apply for a pension. Further, the next step will be considered on the basis of procedure, – he said.
Konstantinov did not mention who would serve as Crimean “ombudsman” and did not name any possible candidates for this post.
62-year-old Lyudmila Lyubina held the post since July 30, 2014. As QHA media previously reported, her candidacy was proposed by the “prime minister” of Crimea Sergey Aksenov. For her 72 “deputies” voted for and 2 – against.